Accrington's East Lancs Predators won the United Kingdom Mixed Martial Arts League despite the club only forming a year ago.
The Gillies Street outfit was started by Ian Longson and Jimmy Hey in May last year and entered the major league just for the experience.
So to actually be crowned league champions in such a short space of time has been a huge boost to the club.
Hey said: "I could never have imagined that before the club was a year old we could make such an impact.
"We are now recognised and respected on the MMA circuit around the country and we are signing a sponsorship deal with Evolution fightwear."
The club has been fighting for the last 12 months up and down the country, earning points and competing in more than 50 bouts to put Accrington on the country’s mixed martial arts map.
The finals were held at the Excel Arena in London which were part of the Seni 2010, which is Europe’s largest martial arts exhibition.
Over the weekend, the seni attracted more than 40,000 people to watch the competitions, seminars and promotions. including strong man events, judo, thai boxing and other fighting arts and styles.
Hey said: "We started the day with a narrow lead in the club league but ended up finishing with seven clear wins to be presented with league champions trophy.
"To win it was amazing and shows the dedication and heart of all the lads.
"Some of the guys had their first fights in the league and had to overcome more than just their opponents to do what they did. The first time in a cage is a nervy experience."
As well as being the club championships, East Lancs Predators won three individual weight class titles.
Chris Dixon won the featherweight division, on the day beating one of his opponents in 16 seconds.
Brendan Walker won the lightweight division only needing to take one fight on the day to take the title after a solid league run.
And Ste Brunt secured the heavyweight title after training for just six months.
"To be winning fights so early in Ste’s training is a massive achievement in itself," said Hey.
Earlier in the month, the club took part in Cage Conflict 5 at Hyndburn Sports Centre (action pictured above). And they got three wins out of three with Ian Entwistle and Mark Ryder both winning their sem- pro fights. It was Ian’s last semi-pro fight as he now steps up to the professional ranks.
Mark Hill also fought at amateur level and dominated his fight.